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Updated:December 11, 2018
Check IPv6 Routes on ESW2-350G Switch
This document explains how to check the IPv6 routes tables on the ESW2-350G switch. This will help the administrator or the user troubleshoot any issues caused or raised by the routing.
• ESW2-350G • ESW2-350G-DC
IPv6 Route Table
Step 1. Log in to the switch configuration utility and choose Administration > Management Interface > IPv6 Routes. The IPv6 Routes page appears.
This page contains the following fields:
• IPv6 Address — The IPv6 subnet address.
• Prefix Length — IP route prefix length for the destination IPv6 subnet address. It is preceded by a forward slash.
• Interface — Interface used to forward the packet.
• Next Hop — Address where the packet is forwarded. Typically, this is the address of a neighboring router. This must be a link local address.
• Metric — Value used for comparing this route to other routes with the same destination in the IPv6 router table. All default routes have the same value.
• Life Time — Time period during which the packet can be sent, and resent, before being deleted.
• Route Type — How the destination is attached, and the method used to obtain the entry. The following values are: Local (a directly-connected network whose prefix is derived from a manually-configured switch’s IPv6 address), Dynamic (the destination is an indirectly-attached (remote) IPv6 subnet address, and the entry was obtained dynamically via the ND or ICMP protocol), Static (the entry was manually configured by a user).